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2nd paper outline - Example- My sister who dropped out of...

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1 Caffrey Francis October 14, 2010 Dr. Felis M/W/F- 11:00-11:50 Outline Paper Two: Liberal views of human nature Society is justified in interfering with an individual’s choices and actions when those actions primarily harm the individual. Whose position do I think is more correct, and why? First- Hypothetical situation where coercive interference in individual liberty would not be justified according to Mill but would be justified according to Hobhouse ( Avoid )- Mental illness, addiction, and similar matters Mill - We should not interfere Hobhouse - There is no part of a man’s life that does not have an effect on others
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Unformatted text preview: Example- My sister who dropped out of Shorter University-Explain- How I reacted ~-Still do not approve of her choice . .~-Explain- How her decision affected her family then including me as a big part of it ~-How her decision now has affected how her life has turned out and how it has impacted her new family ~ 2 Second- Justify your claim that Mill would not and Hobhouse would consider interference warranted Third- Then return to the more abstract question of who is right?- To make an argument for why I think one of the two positions seems better justified than the other...
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